Christian Schulte-Loh is "German - but funny" (Der Spiegel). In his new program, the comedian, who was "educated" in London, talks about flying cars in left-hand traffic, German sausage varieties, British royals and the never-ending madness in his second home, England.
He also asks whether we Germans aren't just as crazy as the British in the end. But the focus is primarily on the future. Will Brexit turn out to be a good idea after all? For how many pounds will Hitler's wine glasses go under the hammer? And how, of all things, did they get out of the Führerbunker alive? Will non-royals also receive an unconditional basic income? Or will it no longer be possible to go bankrupt in the future, because we will have long since paid in crypto, old clothes and canned food?
One thing is certain: the future is coming - and it will be golden.
(Program in German)